actuality.log


Tuesday, November the 22nd, 2005

A world-level hit map.

I know that a large portion of the populace that visits this place enjoys lurking and being dormant. I respect that and don’t have any problems with it. But even if you feel you have little to contribute to discussions, wouldn’t you like to let me know you stop(ped) by?

Now is your big chance!

Drop me a line by leaving a comment below. Tell me how much you love/hate frequenting this place. Tell me something interesting about yourself, your favourite dessert or favourite holiday destination. Just stop by to say ‘Hi’. Anything you want. You can be as anonymous as you want to be.

Even frequent commenters, first timers, everyone else—feel free to join in the festivities. The more the merrier.

Please do, you know you want to.

At least, I know I want you to.

This is a printer-friendly version of the journal entry “Makeshift Guest Book” from actuality.log. Visit http://emphaticallystatic.org/earlier/makeshift-guestbook/ to read the original entry and follow any responses to it.

22 Responses to “Makeshift Guest Book”

  1. pUl| says:

    Nice, ‘analytics’ is good.

  2. anonymiss says:

    Well, hello! I’ve been haunting this place for sometime now…:D
    I found your ‘aural log’ interesting…

  3. niyati says:

    delurking :)

  4. bhavya says:

    Hello! I’ve been dropping by for a while now. I think I stumbled onto this through your orkut profile. I remembered you from school and otherwise, and checked it out. Love your pictures..they’re amazing!

  5. aishwarya says:

    was looking at the pictures…..amazing…..truely.very interesting.

  6. Bedanta says:

    hello,
    i’ve been through ur collection of photos and .. i don’t know wat to call them.. ” expressions or philosophies” … but whatever uhave put down in words.. its mindblowin….. luvd ur fotos.. tryin to learn fotography… hope to pick up ideas from watchin them….
    cheers

  7. Naveed says:

    Hello there,
    I got hold of this site through my roommate, who claims he knows you from Madras (I think).
    The pictures are very nice and your skill at bringing out the colors and using perspectives is admirable.
    That being said, your blog is a fascinating read. Your tone – which, I think, is a neat mixture of cynical and perennially pissed at the world – is perfect. My compliments.

  8. peanut says:

    Hi,

    thanks in advance for your review ‘Linux on the T60s’ ;-) I also plan to use the same configuration (T60s, UXGA, 2GB) under Debian – if you are going to use also the Advanced Dock under Linux, please publish also corresponding experiences, especially if the DVI-output with UXGA-resolution works fine under Linux.

  9. juli Ali says:

    this is brilliant guy..all the best

  10. Bloggeries says:

    Interesting, addictive, and a great read.

  11. Archer6 says:

    Greetings!

    Found your site today Wed May 10th, 2006. You have done a great job here, and I’ve enjoyed the read.

    Thanks,
    Archer6

  12. Joan says:

    I found your site today and absolutely loved it. It is different…

    Joan

  13. dharmesh says:

    man! the site is brilliant!

    the logs are very interesting & the photos r amzing (though i read & saw only few of them)

  14. lds@yahoo.com says:

    Enjoyed ur work. Susi

  15. nawin sona says:

    interesting ! loved the ‘rock and roll’ picture…
    since i do a lot of ‘macro’ object alternateviewpointkindathing…i liked ur abstract ones.
    im from madras too…passed out ceg in 96…
    drop a line

  16. Sangeetha N Krishnan says:

    Say it aloud:

    EMPHATICALLY STATIC

    Dunno if you chose it conscious of its Phonetic Implications as well!

    The staccato rhythm echoes the sound of static electricity – the crisp clarity of the disjointed notes belie, emphatically, the ardor within…

    In my perception – A Stationary Charge… Hitherto stationary…

  17. Prasad says:

    hiiii
    well your photos r just excellent.
    well done and keep going on…….

  18. martahan says:

    Hallo everybody
    I am going to go to Italy, but I don’t know which cities to visit
    Can you advise me something ?
    Perhaps you have been to this country, if yes, where exactly and which hotels did you stay?
    Lots of thanks

  19. Truden says:

    Hallo :)

    I came here to read your tutorial on WP2PDF and I see that you’ve put up some very useful staff here.
    Well done and easy to find and use.

    Congratulations on the great work!

  20. Sangeetha N Krishnan says:

    Hello, after a long time!

    Have enjoyed ‘lurking’ around here, but have been ‘dormant’ for reasons best known to me.

    As an informed reader, and in view of your immense affection for the right spelling, syntax and punctuation, (AND my obsessive compulsive relationship with the same), I would like to bring to your notice the couple of syntactical errors I have spotted.

    Game for corrections?

  21. Shruti says:

    Hey i really like your pictures. Keep up the good work!!!:)

  22. Jas says:

    I was linked to here while searching for external hard drive info, was very surprised you were in the same dept for a long time! How come never noticed before :)

    Nice site and keep up the good work!


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